If you’ve ever moved cities, or are planning to one day, I can thoroughly recommend watching Paddington, as well as its offensively delightful sequel.
I’ve moved cities overseas twice, moving from Sydney to New York and back again, and most recently moving to London, like our marmalade-addicted, duffled-coated hero.
And, like all journeys, things have found a way of working out — albeit with all the waterlogged grace of Paddington “using the facilities.”
Arriving in his namesake station, Paddington immediately puts all his ‘training’ to use, politely greeting the morning rush hour of commuters, wielding his well-rehearsed one-liners about the weather.
This feeling of home is something antique salesman Dr. Gruber tells Paddington of his own experience emigrating to England.

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